It is critical to be aware of all the local elections in your area.
The California Primary Election is more than choosing who will run in the General Election in November.
Sheriffs, Judges, County Supervisors, and other local elections are decided if one Candidate achieves a 50%+1 vote.
City Measures become final with the June 7th vote.
Everything that will effect your area may not be in this guide.
First, let's make sure you are still registered and that you haven't mysteriously changed parties.
Use your smart-phone as if you are going to take a picture of the Quick Response code (QR). (Start with the Status one first, you may not need the other one.) A link above the the picture area will appear. Tap on the link and it will open the website that results from that QR code. When You get to the website, fill out the information with what you are registered under.
THE SECTION BELOW WILL BE
Anthony Trimino or Jenny Rae Le Roux
Angela Underwood Jacobs
Secretary of State
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Lance Ray Christensen
Board of Equalization District 4
Federal - Senate & House
United States Senator
Mark Meuser & Mark Meuser (full term & short term)
U.S. House of Representative
Jay Obernolte District 23
Brian Hawkins District 25
Wes Hallman District 28
John Mark Porter District 33
Mike Cargile District 35
Greg Raths District 40
State - Senate & Assembly
Kimo Mateo District 22 or Vincent Tsai District 22
Kelly Seyarto District 32
Thurston "Smitty" Smith District 34
Michael McMahon (write-in) District 41
Joseph Martinez District 45
Sheela Stark District 50
Toni Holle District 53
Leticia Castillo District 58
Phillip Chen District 59
County of San Bernardino
Judge of the Superior Court
David K. Tulcan Office 7
Melissa Rodriguez Office 17
County Superintendent of Schools
Member Board of Supervisors
Luis Cetina District 2
Curt Hagman District 4
City of Chino
Measure Y Yes!!!